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pain in the breast

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Nomenclature contributes to the problem, with various terms such as mastodynia, mastitis and fibrocystic disease being used.
The German Commission E approved chaste tree for menstrual cycle irregularity, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and mastodynia (breast pain).
Other adverse events, including gynecomastia, mastodynia, and impotence, were low or absent and did not differ among the treatment groups.
Other adverse events, including gynecomastia, mastodynia, and impotence were low or absent and did not differ among the treatment groups.
Mastodynia (breast pain) was initially the only symptom evaluated pre- and post-I supplementation.
PERCENTAGE OF INFANTS WITH PROLONGED HOSPITAL STAY Infants not Infants Exposed to Exposed to Diagnosis Paracervical Block Paracervical Block Jaundice* 2 4 Prematurity 4 2 Observation 0 1 Infant sepsis 0 1 Maternal diagnosis only 5+ <1++ Meconium aspiration 0 <1 Other 2# 1% Totals 13 10 * Includes all etiologies + Postpartum hemorrhage, mastodynia, fever, hemorrhoids, knee pain ++ Subacute bacterial endocarditis, amnionitis, ovarian vein thrombosis # Intracranial hemorrhage, spina bifida % Fever, respiratory distress syndrome, subarachnoid bleeding, asphyxia, infant of diabetic mother TABLE 5.
Chasteberry is one of the most popular herbs for treating female health problems caused by hormonal imbalance, including premenstrual syndrome, difficult in conceiving, mastodynia, acne, hyperprolactinemia, corpus luteum insufficiency, endometriosis, and menopausal symptoms.
Klein said that vitex, from the chaste tree, appears from German evidence-based studies to be effective for premenstrual symptoms, mastodynia, and hyperprolactinemia.